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Chocolate smash hearts


  • 3 cups / 500 grams chocolate candy melts (milk chocolate, white chocolate, red or pink)
  • Sprinkles for decoration
  • Assortment of candies or chocolate covered fruit


* You will need a heart shaped silicone mold to make these.

  1. Place the chocolate in a double boiler (a metal or glass mixing bowl over a saucepan of simmering water) and stir occasionally until chocolate is fully melted. Remove bowl from heat.
  2. Pour half the chocolate into the silicone mold. Tilt the mold in every direction so the chocolate fully covers all sides. You can use a brush to coax the chocolate up the sides. Pour any excess chocolate back into the bowl and place the mold in the fridge for ten minutes.
  3. Remove the mold from the fridge and repeat this step one more time.
  4. Once the molds have had two coats of chocolate and are firmly set, you’re ready to un-mold.
  5. Carefully remove the chocolate shells from the molds and place them on a cookie sheet.
  6. Use your favourite sprinkles or other candies to decorate the chocolate hearts, or use leftover melted chocolate to drizzle over top.
  7. Fill them with chocolates, candies or chocolate covered fruit.
  8. If you would like to fuze two hearts together, first fill the bottom heart with assorted candies. Heat a large skillet over low heat and gently press an empty shell onto the warmed pan to slightly melt it. Take this shell and very gently press it onto one of the filled shells to create the chocolate heart.

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